NATIONAL TEAM - After the last preparation game against Canada on Tuesday, one last defenseman will have to leave the team. Coach Sean Simpson has already informed Jérémy Kamerzin that he won't make the trip to Minsk.Photo Tobi Meyer / Swiss Hockey News
According to a report from watson.ch, HC Fribourg-Gottéron's defenseman Jérémie Kamerzin will be coach Simpson's last scratch. If no other defenseman gets injured, the 26-year-old won't be part of the Swiss national team at the World Championship in Minsk.
In addition, Sean Simpson decided that Colorado's Reto Berra will be Switzerland's starting goalie. Berra will also get the start in Tuesday's final preparation game against Canada. Also forward Sven Bärtschi, who is going to arrive in Zurich on Tuesday morning, will already hit the ice in the evening.
Switzerlands final roster for the World Championship in Minsk:
Berra Reto (Colorado Avalanche / NHL), Genoni Leonardo (HC Davos), Mayer Robert (Hamilton Bulldogs / AHL)
Blum Eric (Kloten Flyers), Grossmann Robin (HC Davos), Josi Roman (Nashville Predators/NHL), Kukan Dean (Lulea HF/SWE), Ramholt Tim (EV Zug), Schlumpf Dominik (HC Lugano), Seger Mathias (ZSC Lions), Yannick Weber (Vancouver Canucks/NHL)
Ambühl Andres (HC Davos), Bärtschi Sven (Abbotsford Heat / AHL), Bodenmann Simon (Kloten Flyers), Brunner Damien (New Jersey Devils/NHL), Cunti Luca (ZSC Lions), Froidevaux Etienne (Lausanne HC), Hollenstein Denis (Genève-Servette HC), Moser Simon (Milwaukee Admirals / AHL), Plüss Benjamin (HC Fribourg-Gottéron), Romy Kevin (Genève-Servette HC), Rüfenacht Thomas (HC Lugano), Schäppi Reto (ZSC Lions), Stancescu Victor (Kloten Flyers), Suri Reto (EV Zug)